CHRISTIANITY AND NATIONALISM

Many nationalists love to hate Christianity. They see it as nothing more than a Jewish-made threat to the white race. But the reality is, though most donโ€™t even slightly resemble a true Christian, self-proclaimed Christians still make up over 80% of the American population. In most European countries, it is the same story. So whether you like it or not, if our movement is not appealing to Christians, we stand absolutely no chance of ever realizing our goals.

There are plenty of reasons to criticize Christianity, or at least the Church the way it stands today. But, there are also many reasons Christianity should be appreciated and embraced. Especially when compared to the other two Abrahamic religions, Christianity is a true testament to the glory of the European people. At the very least, itโ€™s a far more aesthetically pleasing and morally sound religion. Just look at the breathtakingly beautiful places of worship weโ€™ve built. Look at what weโ€™ve accomplished with one book, one message of hope. Though some of the traits represented in the Bible may be viewed as weaknesses, such as the altruistic nature of the European, Christianity and the Bible show us the kind of men we are, regardless of whether or not we wish we didnโ€™t possess some of these flaws. And even if they are nothing more than stories we made up, mere reflections of what we see as right and wrong, good and evil, Christianity does provide countless examples of our selfless desire to do right by our families, our nation, our planet, our God, and others.

Also, there are many long lost scriptures and truths within the Bible that can be used to our advantage. For example, most Christians today believe that Jesus Christ was a Jew. Whether or not you believe in Jesus, anyone whoโ€™s actually read the Bible would know that if He was real and the Bible accurate, not only was Jesus not a Jew, He despised them. The Bible is full of stories of different tribes fighting for their survival. The Bible would suggest God Himself created the nation-state. It was God who separated the races and confused their tongues so they wouldnโ€™t be able to โ€œlive in harmonyโ€, as this was never His intention for mankind. The type of โ€œChristianityโ€ preached in most churches today is in no way similar to the ideas found in the Bible.

We must reclaim our religion from the Jews who seek to use it as a tool for the destruction of the very people who created it and these we mention are among the types of messages we should be putting out in regards to Christianity. If you arenโ€™t already, this isnโ€™t an attempt at making a Christian of you. But, attacking Christians only hurts our cause. If you hate the religion, donโ€™t talk about it. But if you must, donโ€™t do it in a way that will alienate Christians within the movement. Donโ€™t scare potential recruits away with unproductive criticisms. If youโ€™re trying to win over a Christian, you wonโ€™t do so by attempting to get them to abandon their faith because you see it as incompatible with the goals of our movement. Instead, you should focus on showing them scripture which opposes race-mixing, show them what Martin Luther said about the Jews, or turn their proud Christian faith into proud faith in Aryan excellence by helping them realize that no other race of people is capable of creating such an amazing thing. Slowly turn their religious fanaticism into racial fanaticism. Show them why these sorts of things such as their culture and way of life must be defended at all costs.

While at times Christianity has been divisive, it has also at times given Europeans the ideas to rally behind, and the moral justification needed to fight and win several necessary wars. Yes and unfortunately, Christianity is playing a major role in the softening of the white race. Yes, it is the reason many whites feel a moral duty to flood their nations with needy immigrants. But at the same time, it may also be the only reason Europe didnโ€™t fall sooner. But, in order for Christianity to be anything other than a threat to our existence in todayโ€™s world, it must be restored to its original form. If thatโ€™s not the battle youโ€™d prefer to fight, then donโ€™t. But again, it is absolutely necessary that we stop making Christians feel they have no place within any sort of nationalist movement, because they do, and we do need them on our side.

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